Best Western Hotels in Buffalo, New York
Whatever you want from your stay in Buffalo, NY, a Best Western hotel room booked through Hotels-Rates.com can provide it. Our database of 43 hotels in Buffalo include three under the Best Western brand located where each will provide you with a different Buffalo-Niagara Falls region experience.
- Best Western On The Avenue at 510 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY, is in the historic Allentown neighborhood. In addition to historic residences, Allentown is known for its shops, restaurants, bars, galleries, First Friday art walks, festivals and other nightlife and family entertainment. Rates start at $175.
- Best Western Plus Galleria Inn & Suites at 601 Dingens Street, Cheektowaga, NY, at the Interstate 90 / I-190 split, is about 5 miles from Buffalo and Cheektowaga, Buffalo's second-largest suburb. This Best Western is convenient for travel and near plenty of family dining and shopping, including Walden Galleria, the Buffalo area's largest destination mall for shopping, dining and entertainment. Next door to the Inn, Dingens Park has a swimming pool (as does the Best Western Plus Galleria), ice skating, basketball, a ballfield and open play space, and hosts festivals and other events. Rates start at $73.
- Best Western The Inn at Buffalo Airport at 4630 Genesee St, Cheektowaga, NY, is 1.5 miles from long-term parking at Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF). The airport serves the Buffalo-Niagara region of New York and the southern Golden Horseshoe region of Ontario, Canada, with non-stop service to 30 airports across the United States, Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. Best Western's park, sleep and fly option makes it a great place to stay and safely leave your car as you shuttle to and from your flights at Buffalo Niagara International. Rates start at $70.
Buffalo, Cheektowaga and Amherst are part of the larger Buffalo-Niagara region on Lake Erie and the Canadian border in Western New York. The world famous Niagara Falls U.S.A. tourism area is about 30 minutes from any Best Western hotel or inn in the Buffalo area.
Buffalo is also home to two major professional sports teams — the National Football League's Buffalo Bills and the National Hockey League's Buffalo Sabres. The Bills play at New Era Field, which is actually about 20 minutes south of Downtown Buffalo in Orchard Park, NY. The Sabres play at KeyBank Center, a 19,000-seat arena in Buffalo's revitalized Canalside district that also hosts the country's biggest touring concerts and a variety of other sports and entertainment.
The Canalside waterfront district is the star attraction of more than $1 billion spent on revitalization in Buffalo over recent years. In addition to more than 1,000 concerts and other events at Canalside each year, visitors can enjoy a 35,000-square-foot public ice rink, lake cruises, kayak and waterbike rentals, America's largest inland Naval park at the Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park, an observation tower that overlooks Buffalo and Canada at the Erie Basin Marina, and miles of bike trails, lakefront parks and food and drink at Outer Harbor.
Buffalo is called the "The City of Good Neighbors" and is known for its neighborhoods, as well. In addition to Allentown, as mentioned above, Elmwood Village is another artsy neighborhood brimming with vibrant shopping, eclectic restaurants and other attractions, including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, which has works by Francis Bacon, Frida Kahlo, Roy Lichtenstein, Georgia O'Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and many others, at 1285 Elmwood Avenue. Hertel Avenue in North Buffalo also presents the opportunity to roam boutiques, antique shops, gift shops, home décor showrooms, art galleries and more.
Between 1880 to 1910, Buffalo invited some of the best architects in the world to help develop the town. Today, more than a half-dozen examples of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture can be seen and toured in Buffalo, including the Martin House, Graycliff estate, Blue Sky Mausoleum at Forest Lawn cemetery, and a planned Frank Lloyd Wright Filling Station at the Pierce Arrow Transportation Museum. Buffalo also had Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux design a city-wide park system that is maintained and enjoyed to his day, including the largest, 350-acre Delaware Park.
One can enjoy seeing the city's radial street plan and park system, as well as Downtown Buffalo and Lake Erie from the City Hall observation deck at 65 Niagara Square atop an Art Deco skyscraper.
Buffalo and its surrounding towns and villages offer so much to see and do. Book a Best Western inn hotel room or suite through Hotels-Rates now to make it convenient to enjoy it all.